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Japan lead the medal table but Great Britain have surged towards the top
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A senior minister has dropped the strongest hint yet that vaccine passports will be introduced for football matches by the government later this year. Michael Gove said it was his view that "some form of certification is the right way to go" and that "selfish" individuals who refuse to get a COVID-19 jab face being denied entry to some events. Speaking during a visit to Scotland on Tuesday, Mr Gove specifically cited Premier League football matches as a setting where people would have to prove their COVID status to gain entry.
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British athletes off to impressive start in Japan
Lydia Jacoby, the first Alaskan-born swimmer to compete in the Olympics, won gold during the women’s 100-meter breaststroke at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on July 27, much to the joy of her small hometown of Seward.This video taken by Instagram user @dietznate in Seward, Alaska, shows a crowd cheering Jacoby’s win.“Seward put on an event so all the locals could watch Lydia together,” @dietznate told Storyful. “It was magical!”Seventeen-year-old Jacoby overtook US teammate and defending champion Lilly King to clinch the gold medal at the Tokyo Aquatics Center. Credit: @dietznate via Storyful
Exasperated brides-to-be dressed all in white to protest outside Ireland's parliament on Tuesday while others inundated radio call-in shows to criticise COVID-19 restrictions, forcing the government to ease limits on wedding guest numbers. Ireland, which has implemented some of Europe's toughest restrictions during the pandemic, has been gradually unwinding its third and longest lockdown and this week permitted pubs and restaurants to resume serving fully vaccinated diners indoors. Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, however, said last week that plans to double the number of guests allowed at weddings and receptions to 100 in August were unlikely to go ahead due to concerns over the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant.
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Less than two days after Tunisian President Kais Saied’s announcement that he was suspending parliament and dismissing the prime minister, he sacked the ministers of defence, interior and justice amid growing concern that recent moves constitute a coup d’etat. The main political party, Ennahdha, is now calling for elections.Coup d'Etat?Saied met with leaders of Tunisia’s civil society on Tuesday, insisting that what he is doing is right for Tunisia.“For me, this is really a coup d'etat, not a me